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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 202601605 02/24/2010 0551701 X 9199 Employee Is Killed In Vehicle Accident
202 202508396 01/21/2010 0950622   8211 Employee Is Injured Running Into Stationary Counter
203 202368395 01/21/2010 1055320 X 4512 Employee Collides With Food Service Truck, Later Dies
204 202520037 01/03/2010 0950624   2015 Ammonia Leak Hospitalizes Five Workers
205 202520409 11/30/2009 0950624   4222 Two Employees Are Injuured In Forklift Collision
206 202586483 08/25/2009 0950612   172 Employee Fractures Leg In Low Speed Vehicle Collision
207 201204203 08/07/2009 1054114 X 2411 Employee Is Killed When Truck Crashes And Burns
208 202483921 07/05/2009 0420600 X 7996 Employee Is Killed In Monorail Collision
209 200632099 06/30/2009 0316400 X 7359 Two Boom Lifts Collide, Kills Worker
210 202088993 06/15/2009 0524700   3296 Employee'S Leg Is Injured In Industrial Truck Collision
211 201614179 06/11/2009 1054113 X 8211 Driver Is Killed In Vehicle Accident
212 202586111 05/08/2009 0950612   161 Employee'S Leg Is Lacerated In Tractor Overturn
213 202597134 03/18/2009 0352440   4225 Employee'S Feet Are Fractured In Industrial Truck Collision
214 202149183 02/22/2009 0253640 X 9221 Employee Is Killed In Auto Collision Resulting In Fire
215 202455168 02/17/2009 0950642   5141 Employee Amputates Foot In Forklifts Collision
216 201614062 02/05/2009 1054113   4213 Employee Is Injured In Commercial Truck Crash
217 202585550 01/29/2009 0950612   2834 Employee Fractures Knee In Collision
218 201408135 01/27/2009 0552651 X 1761 Worker Is Killed After Two Dump Trucks Collide
219 202518577 01/22/2009 0950624   2045 Forklift Operator Is Injured When Fork Mast Strikes Overhead
220 202574174 01/12/2009 0352430   5122 Employee Fractures Foot In Jump From Lift Truck

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